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Story: Sunspots

Colin zipped his suitcase up completely. It was a tight fit, but his week’s worth of clothes were secure. Leah stood over his shoulder, watching his every move. “You know I can call one of my drivers to bring you … Continue reading

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Story: The Spa Incident.

The loudest, roughest, blood-curdling scream rang out from the other end of the engineering floor. The entire floor stopped working and raised their heads to look toward the directions of Colin’s office. Adam and Allison ducked into Allison’s cubicle. “Was … Continue reading

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Story: A Week’s Worth of Waiting.

Corey stood outside Halter Lake High School, lit cigarette in hand. Crighton Anderson, the on-duty security officer, approached Corey. “Officer Hollett?” Crighton said. “Off-duty, Crighton. You can call me Corey.” “Here for a meeting?” “With that bitch of a principal, … Continue reading

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Story: Sprite & Sprites.

Two glasses of diet lemon-lime soda sat between Colin and Janet. It was a particularly nice day in Chicago, in a restaurant within walking distance of Azure Planet Software, Janet’s workplace. “Sprite Zero? Really?” Janet said. “Try it. You’ll probably … Continue reading

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Story: Bright Red

“Your Campari and soda, Miss Arcast.” The bartender presented Leah with her drink. “What do I owe you?” Leah asked. “Open bar, Miss.” the bartender said. “But, if you’re so inclined…” The bartender pointed to a large fishbowl at the … Continue reading

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Short Story: “To The Woman I Loved.”

Dana walked into the hospital room at 10:30 PM. Her mother Corey was wide awake, at a time when she would previously have been sleeping. “Thanks for coming, Dana. I won’t take up too much time. It is a school … Continue reading

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Story: A Glimpse of Tomorrow.

The main board room at Summerwinds Financial was sparsely-populated. White walls, a few florescent lights, and a dark brown conference table big enough for eight people, which had a single corporate-branded intercom phone connected in the middle to a cable … Continue reading

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